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What is your training plan? In-season and off-season


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On season as @twhisper always says to us, no reason to shorten the rope if you look like crap. Run a longer line say 22 and go to the speed that you can run with good form pass after pass. Then work on technique and move up from there. Off season I workout in the morning and do 100’s in the afternoon. 100’s are 5 sets of 20 reps of 4 different exercises in a row. Snow ski also.
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@Jack_Haase In the offseason I usually try to ski through the winter to keep in the groove and make Spring a lot less hectic. In the winter its more working on technique staying at longer line lengths for me. Also hit the gym a couple times a week. In the Spring I work a lot on Rhythm and fundamentals until it starts to feel better like @bigskieridaho said. If it doesn't feel good I don't shorten. In the summer I try to mix it up skiing wise, doing tournament sets, going up the line to your hardest pass and then back down to your starting pass. I also like Opting up on passes, and also will backup each pass before moving on to the next. Obviously when its closer to tournament season its a lot of going down the line. I really try to mix up my sets to keep my mind guessing, and not get burned into doing one thing like shortening every time.
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Off season: in the gym 7 days a week, 4 strength training 3 cardio

 

On season: tournament set to start every set, then work on technique at my money pass and/or the pass before it. 8-12 passes/set... sometimes more

 

Currently in off season, trying to lose about 5lbs while subsequently building strength and endurance.

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Offseason: (only about a month or so for me) Gym 2-3 times a week, combined with some type of cardio (running, cycling).

 

Onseason: Gym 2 times a week, cardio, & lots of skiing.

 

I use both seasons to keep my mental game sharp. Mental training is often overlooked and is just as important if not more than the physical part of skiing!

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